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The victims were unaware of the wayward truck before it hit them,' Fortajada said, adding that the truck and the three motorbikes were moving in the same direction.
WAYWARD LEGENDS will include stories originally published online as the massively popular WAYWARD SONS: LEGENDS webcomic.
After the block party, the party moves inside the queer-friendly venue for dancing and performances, Wayward Lamb spokeswoman Anna Comrie said.
Karl Burke, trainer of Wayward Hoof I was very pleased with him at Haydock and, although on form there's nothing between him and Bossipop, I think we'll come on fitness-wise and also appreciate the stiffer track.
The wayward bus only stopped when it hit an electric post.
Instead he delves into the surreal world of Wayward Pines.
Critique: An impressive collaboration, "Prodigal Father Wayward Son: A Roadmap to Reconciliation" is as candid and inherently fascinating a read as it is thoughtful and thought-provoking.
Sam Keen and Gifford Keen; PRODIGAL FATHER WAYWARD SON; Divine Arts (Nonfiction: Family & Relationships) 16.
Now we have Wayward Pines (Fox), in which Matt Dillon's haunted Secret Service agent woke up bloodied in the woods, staggered into the titular town and promptly collapsed in a diner.
E'VE been hearing about Wayward Pines for quite a while - well, if you live in TV land, that is - and this week it finally arrived.
Based on a best-selling novel, the dark and surreal show follows Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon, above), who arrives in the seemingly sleepy town of Wayward Pines on an assignment to find two missing colleagues.
There are great actors who work on soap operas, and that's a horrible experience," remarks the 51-year-old, who plays the lead in the upcoming psychological thriller Wayward Pines.